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. you know, if you're looking for a new friend, how about lance crawford? he's such a nice boy. mom, lance crawford and i hate each other. you're just obsessed with getting his mother's peach cobbler recipe. well, what kind of a woman keeps a recipe a secret? if that recipe were the polio vaccine, we'd all be in wheelchairs. i don't like lance crawford. he's always staring at me in this really creepy way, and this one time, i saw him fiddling around in my locker. when i opened it, there was a rose inside, and my gym socks were missing. donna, little advice, you're not gonna want those socks back. well, i can't think of anyone new i want to hang out with. all the girls i know are either too snobby or too slutty. well, i'm no good with the snobs, but slutty's my bread and butter. you know, what we need are people with stuff to offer, like mark herman, he's got that dirt bike. i always liked him. sold it last week. that punk--he's out. hey, carrie gruber has a trampoline. carrie gruber also has a big, hairy mole. i don't want to be bouncing around and get tangled up in that. (kitty) er
plate umpire jerry crawford's strike zone all game long. they're trying to have a conversation. top three. crawford at the plate. called strike. look how crawford called it. the big play. the giants not pleased with that. and more. bottom three. no score. one rough spot here. torrealba, the home run to right. 1-0, padres. bomb guarder, just that hit and seven hits in seven innings. giants one game back. it was a good day for bob guerin. the a's announced they pick up his option for next season. then he wants to see them do a little come from behind against the red sox. bottom seven, they trailed 2-0. the deep ball to center. trying to make a spectacular diving catch. he misses. it's a triple. mark ellis scores. the a's take the lead. it is now the first season series win over boston since 2006. last week andrew lufkin and stanford announced the cardinal offense is alive and well to the tune of 62 points. that was again sacramento state. it was good enough to get stanford into the top 25. is it good enough to earn the first win at the rose bowl since 1996? today the kartd analyze ope
is the largest site of a college. here is lorri johns. >> danet crawford wound up preaching to university students. >> we had people coming from all other the cityand had the event at the largest university in the nation, gabrielle university has 70,000 sdents. we were granted permison to have in the center of the university to have this crusade at their stadiuwhere they play soccer. >> a small team from joy ministries in virginia came can to santa cruz and joined local christians to invite students to the outreach. >> it was so awesome when we were passing out the fliers. everyone was grateful we are doing something at the universities. >> 90 volunteers workewith them to bring the message. many responded to the invitation to follow christ, others experienced a physical healing. this student said after prayer the pain was gone and she could jump and run. crawford hopes to carry out more meetings in the south amera in the days aad. lorri johnson,cbn news. >> nba plays known around the world and especially in israel where basketball is a national sport. when former pros came to visit, it at
and facetoday. jan crawford in washington is our chief legal correspondent. jan, what kind of laws against bullying are currently on the books? >> reporter: well, katie, there's no federal law, but 45 states do have laws, the strongest require things like anti-bullying classes in schools, counseling for the victims, and reporting potentially criminal bullying to law enforcement. in the tragic case where's a student is hurt or commit suicide, prosecutors can file criminal charges. >> couric: so i guess the question is are these laws actually enforced, jan? >> well, we've seen recent cases, like one in massachusetts, where student have been charged with felonies. there, a 15-year-old girl, phoebe prince, committed suicide after she was bullied and prosecutors have charged thalled perpetrators with a range of crimes, including statutory rape, criminal harassment, and civil rights violations. katie. >> couric: jan crawford, jan, thank you. if you or someone you know has been bullied, cbsnews.com has a list of resources where you can get help. now turning to the economy. it's ironic that just a
agencies will be on the same frequency. cal fire is already using that system and chief jim crawford said it will save valuable time >> the idea is this will be a multi agency multi disciplined approach to incident management. regardless of who it is or what entities are involved the of the ability to have common communications. >> crawford said the network is currently being billed out in faces across the region antioch which is spending more than half a millionononononononononoo and 25 new radios will join the east bay regional network are also under way in the north and south bay. koppers said budget constraints are problem that could be years before the entire bay area is on the same frequency. i grass fire in a run that is now under control you and see the location on the not occurred near the east bound central wind off ramp. itrew to 4 a. before was control the no homes are in danger. should >> sunny skies across the bay area just a look of fog off the coast near san francisco that's why temperatures are cooler there. warmer up in the north bay this afternoon temperatures in the '7
. shellfire jim crawford said the improved communications could even save lives. >> that's are intended go with this as were building up the in bridge structure is to provide better customer service and better public safety. >> crawford said the regional radio network is a work in progress but because of tight cjd take years to complete. it will happen in san bruno is a wake-up c,tv for cities likeañ19uñoé7éd c,gt the cal fire headquarters in >> stay with kron 4 news is that we will continue our coverage of this stamford a gas line explosion you also went ahead to website www.kron4.com to find out how you can help with the donation efforts. >> a couple live looks outside let's start at the golden gate bridge sunny skies here forcing some fog remaining along the coast. i look from our mount tam cam gorgeous sunny skies for most of the bay area. temperatures of the same as were we were yesterday a couple of degrees warmer in some spots. 79 degrees in santa rosa, 73 now bought upper '70's low 80's for inland spots and still " close to the coastline and just about seven degrees in the so
. >> good afternoon, president miguel and commissioners. i'm rick crawford of department staff. this is a request to legalize the current arrangement uses at 627 vallejo street by permitting the owner to discontinue the grocery store use and legalize the establishment of a stand-alone liquor store and include the floor area for wine sales and maintain the existing accessories small fast food restaurant as a stand-alone use. the project is located at southwest corner of vallejo and columbus avenue within the north beach neighborhood commercial district and the north beach special use district. on august 30 of 2007, the planning commission authorized a conditional use to allow the establishment as a small service restaurant of 950 square feet inside the retail grocery store and to allow wine sales as an accessory to the grocery store. the area of the restaurant was limited to 950 square feet with no physical separation between food service and the store permitted and required if the grocery store were to change to another use, a new c.u. authorization would be required for the st
party movement she represents? joining us now here in washington, craig crawford, columnist for "congressional quarterly." in new york john avlon, senior political columnist for the daily beast and a cnn contributor. and in san francisco debra saunders, columnist for the "san francisco chronicle" who also blogs at token conservative. john avlon, christine o'donnell has a checkered history no, question about that, but is the press piling on now? >> no. i think they're doing their due diligence after the fact, though. and that's part of the problem. a lot of conservative magazines, "weekly standard, "reason," "even "national review" tried in the late innings of this primary campaign to start raising very legitimate questions about her fitness for office, her qualifications, her honesty. that's what we're supposed to do, is hold political figures accountable and to try to be the honest brokers here. the problem is it came very late and now it's all happening after the fact. she has the nomination. and of course the gop's very nervous about what that means. and the fact that she
-run shot. the tampa bay devil rays in the front 5-4. the other way. crawford cannot quite find it. izturiz is lying around a third. they all go the orioles way. birds of 6-5. longoria swings. the birds when the game 8-7 and win the series two-one. the former quarterback will join the ravens practice squad. the ravens waved him to add another corner. they brought back some of the players cut for the practice squad. as for the ravens top picks, he says he will take the field sometime next month. from his twitter account, he says he is coming to baltimore and cannot wait to come back to the team. he remains more cautious about his future availability. he says he will wear no. 94. like a smattering of jet lag, the pga tour was off kilter. third round today at the deutsche bank champion chip -- championship. phil mickelson is making a move. a little wedge. for the eagle? no potter required. -- no putter. -12 in the hunt. a disaster. look at his wedge. he is at -16. day chips in at the 18th. today? just slides by. a birdie none the less. women's open, fourth round. first set, williams serving on
: kelly cobiella reporting from gainesville, florida. kelly, thank you. meanwhile, jan crawford in washington is our chief legal correspondent. in light of the government's grave concerns, can it do anything to stop this minister from burning copies of the koran? >> well, katie, the city's ordnance that requires a permit to burn trash outdoors could conceivably limit burning books outdoors. but that law has got to be evenly applied across the board otherwise as long as those are his korans on his property the government can't stop him under the first amendment he has a constitutional right to express his views even one it is government thinks are dangerous or unpatriotic. katie, that's why the supreme court struck down a law banning flag burning. in that case, the court said prohibiting people from mutilating the american flag was an illegal attempt to restrain speech. >> couric: but what, jan, if this act invites violence against muslims? >> well, that could make it a different case, katie. the supreme court has ruled that the government can ban speech that directly incites peo
a historic game for the franchise. carlos pena gave the rays a 3-0 lead. then in the fifth, carl crawford, who will likely be on a different team next year, his his 17th of the season. tampa led it, 5-0. david smith struck out 8 for his 19th victory. the rays clenched the season spot with a 5-0 win over the orioles. the yankees are back in the playoffs. c.c. sabathia. the yanks have qualified for the playoffs a remarkable 15th time in 16 years. >>> to the red, carlos hit one deep and unfortunately for him, drew stubs was there. a home run grabbing grab kept the game close. jay bruce clenched the n.l. central. the walk-off homer, the reds advance, 3-2. >>> the braves are doing everything they can to lock up the wild card. braves beat the marlins, 3-2. they have a game and a half lead in the wild card race. >>> finally, the president's race in washington, d.c. took an unexpected turn. teddy roosevelt's glasses flopping around. maybe that's why he didn't see this. the kool-aid man came out of nowhere and took the president out. thomas jefferson won the race, but it was the kool-aid man who m
be broken. and roberts up with two on. drives one to left. crawford cannot make the catch. here comes issue tursious. orals take a 6-5 lead. top nine. and longoria, yeah, he swings to end the game. the orioles win over tampa bay. >>> two games in our area, first at 4:00. maryland plays navy in baltimore, and then virginia tech takes on boise state. third quarter, east carolina on offense. dominique davis throws to lewis. bounces off a tackler, and that's pretty cool. east carolina in front. five seconds to play. east carolina now down 39:45. hail mary. and a 33-yard td. the biggest catch of his life. east carolina comes back to win it in the final. and that's cool. and also in the u.s. open, venus advances to the finals. >>> coming up after the break, we're going duck hunting with finally, a classic video games is having a comeback as sorts. duck hunt may have resurrected nintendo originally. look at him go. he does not have a controller, but who needs one when you are going at the screen with the clause. check it out. he is going after them. >> old school, like me. >> he needs the remote c
will never be broken. roberts hit the plate with two on. drives it over kyle crawford. hooer comes istur. he's in there. safe. orioles take is 6-5 lead. top nine. o's up by a run. facing longoria. he's really good. not here, though. gets him to end the game, strike three. the orioles win it 8-7. >>> now tiger woods has been the number one player in the world for the last 273 weeks. that may change. steve stricker the first. the number one ranking is up for grabs. phil mickelson. this is beautiful. on 15, in for birdie. five shots back of the leader. here's stricker from 40 feet back. got it. how about this guy? in the rough on the par five. that's in. he's at 16 under. one behind the leader. 22-year-old jasonday seeking his second gpa tour win. he was steady all day long on number 11. sinks it for birdie. he as a one-stroke lead at 17 under. wrapping things up. can i say i'm surprised? i'm not surprised. this will just draw out. >> all redskins fans are ready to put it behind us. >> thanks so much. nightly television
and rays. carl crawford just unloads on this pitch to deep right field. that is a souvenir. 5-0 tampa. they shut out baltimore. tampa clinches its second playoff spot in three years. the cincinnati reds are headed to the post season for the first time in 15 years. the reds beat the astros to win the national league central. the reds are in. the new york yankees beat the blue trace -- beat the blue jays' six-one. october does not get better at than this. hope washington joins the party in the next several years. >> you are picking the redskins over the eagles? >> probably the only guy in washington. think about the internet. growing, evolving, literally transforming our lives. now imagine the possibilities of what tomorrow could bring. at at&t, we support a core set of standards that will guide the internet into the future... to protect users, and reward innovators, for years to come. we support a fair and open internet - affordable and accessible to everyone. transparent networks, managed in ways that are clear to all users. we support the fcc's plan to bring high-speed internet to ev
, a strikeout, eight innings striking out eight in the fifth. karl crawford hit a solo home run to right field. the braves clinch the playoff berth in front of a crowd of nearly 18,000. that's better than the other night. about 5,000 more than the average season attendance. 13,000 a night on average coming out. not good. according to st. petersburg times, the rays' ownership will give out 20,000 free tickets to tonight's game, the last home game of the season. >>> the yankees won to clinch a playoff spot of their own. they'll jockey back and forth to get first in the east and the wild card, that, of course, eliminates officially the red sox, who had a noble season. they had good players, put up a good fight. >>> in the national league, reds looking to clinch the nl central. what a season they had. they did it in dramatic fashion. bottom of the ninth inning, game tied. jay bruce -- they're not brewing. they're saying bruce! a walkoff home run against the astros with that swing of the bat. the cincinnati reds make it to the playoffs for the first time in 15 year else. good for them. they've done
, but the fans who were there witnessed the franchise. and then in the fifth, karl crawford, who will likely be on a different team last year, hit the 17th of the season. tampa led it, 5-0. david price made another strong bid for the cy young. he struck out eight for his 19th victory. the rays clifrnled s clinched a spot. the yankees are back in the playoffs. like c.c. sabathia struck out the 21st win. rivera got overbayh to ground out to win it. the yanks have qualified for the playoffs 15 times in the last 16 years and knocked out the blue jays, 6-1. the braves enter the postseason with a flare to the dramatics. hit one high and deep, unfortunately for them, drew's stuff was there. a home run robbing grab kept it close. we go to the ninth. tied at two. jay brooks clinched the central with one big swing, a walkoff homer. the reds advance, 3-2. >>> the braves are doing all they can. eric henskey gave atlanta the lead. they have a lead in the wild card race. >>> teddy roosevelt glasses flopping around. maybe that's why he didn't see this. the cool aid man came out of nowhere and took teddy ou
-4. bottom six, here come the birds again. roberts the other way. carl crawford couldn't find it in the sun apparently. disburse -- itzuris flying around the plate, and he is in. evan longoria swinging, and the orioles win a rubber match for the second time in 14 tries. 8-7 is your final. >> the day following mandatory roster chucks, the ravens' roster saw more changes dud. brian mccann. and an agreement is in place to sign former louisville quarterback, hunter kentwell to the practice squad. as for the ravens' top draft pick, sergio kendall, he says he will take the field next month. he said he can't wait to get back with the team. the ravens have raymond a little more cautious about his availability. kendall continues to recover from a skull track tor from falling down two flights of stairs. he says he will change his number from 49 to 94. the ravens won't play at home until september 26. now dubbed the crab bowl, and they have a trophy for it, nava and maryland ken: at 4:00 saturday. they put on a great show last year. nava took a fourth quarter lead. fourth down, late fourth quarter on
of the year. tampa bay really had ground to gain. they started the evening 2 1/2-games back. and carl crawford helping the race' cause. 16th of the season. rays up 4-2. next batter, evan longoria, a shot to right center, deposited in the bullpen. tampa bay wins it 7-2. they are a game and a half back in the a.l. east. >>> that will do it from here. back to you guys in the studio. have a great day. >>> now, to the story a lot of people will be talking about this morning. a late-night sequel. joaquin phoenix gave fans what they've been waiting for. >> more than a year and a half when phoenix gave david letterman that bizarre interview, that he was giving up acting to become a rapper. and he returned as a clean-cut star, revealing it was part of a stunt about a film about celebrity. >> to be frank, we didn't know how the media or the public was going to respond. but i didn't know if anyone would care. >> looking back now, was it worth taking the risk? >> 100%. i hope i didn't offend you in any way. >> no. i wasn't offended. >> letterman made it clear that he was never in on the prank that jokingl
to right. carl crawford, he's been second. tags. tries to go to third. brett golson, the september callup with the gun. throws him out. yanks regain the lead in the a.l. east. >>> how about the national league west? padres, with a half-game lead over san francisco, taking on the rockies. bottom of the ninth. colorado, down one. eric young jr., grounds into the 6-3 double-play. padres hold on to win. they've won back-to-back against the rockies for the first time all year. >>> that's your espn news update. i'm steve weissman. back to you in new york. >> our thanks to espn. >>> coming up next, we'll update the important overnight primary results. a few big surprises, like delaware, where the underdog beat the veteran. >>> on top of that, one candy giant's announcement today about the future of what? chocolate. those stories and more when we come right back. i was not good to my skin.as se, long summer days, an not enough sleep. what i wouldn't do for a do-over. [ female announcer ] neutrogena® clinical skincare, exclusive ion2 complex combined with activating cream helps restore collagen d
afternoon. i'm rick crawford of the department staff. this case is a conditional use request for full service restaurant to occupy a commercial space at 1423 polk, in the polk street. the space is currently vacant. the sponsor does not have a restaurant tenant at this time. you heard this case last week and passed a motion of intent to disapprove the request because a sponsor did not yet have a tenant for the space. you directed staff to prepare a motion of disapproval that would allow the responser to return in less than a year if they were able to secure a tenant and you have that motion buffer. i'd be happy to -- before you. i'd be happy to answer any questions you have. thank you very much. president miguel: thank you. commissioner lee: i move to approve the motion. commissioner borden: second. >> commissioners, on the motion for disapproval. commissioner antonini: no. commissioner borden: no. commissioner lee: aye. commissioner moore: aye. commissioner sugaya: aye. vice president olague: aye. president miguel: aye. >> that motion passed 5-2. but it would eliminate the parking use
-six to a fred crawford disappeared in august 2,003 while hiking in the remote northeast corner of a city park. one week ago a ranger found human bones including his driver's license. the sheriff's department is performing dna tests to confirm the identification. >>> the u.s. government says it will not pay $500,000 they are demanded by the iranian government to free hikers sarah shourd. a ron had said they would free her on saturday but then added the half-million dollar bill demand. her family says it is having a hard time raising the money and her attorney says diplomats are passing up that they'll be lowered or dropped. >>> authorities are being asked for help tonight in finding a man accused of robbing three bay area 7711 stores at gunpoint. a surveillance footage shows a man with a semi automatic weapon of robbing an oakland 711 on september 4th. the same man drove to hayward and hit another store. a $2,500 reward is being offered for information in this case. >>> police say they have arrested two men in connection with an armed robbery created investigators say officers pulled over a ca
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crawford and evan longoria -- back-to-back homers in the seventh inning. the 7-2 victory pulls them within a game and a half for the division lead. >>> and jeff francoeur, of the rangers, scored orchon this. the rarnz's number for winning the american league west down to four. when we come back, another look at the morning's top stories and a mississippi woman helping her town luls the fat and the results are amazing. [ female announcer ] stay once... stay twice... earn a free night! two separate stays at comfort inn or any of these choice hotels can earn you a free night -- only when you book at choicehotels.com. >>> on the "cbs morning news," a look at today's weather. autumn officially here but the soekt with above average temperatures and humidity levels. the midwest looking for a large storm system in the works. >>> here's another look at the top stories on a thursday morning. president obama preparing to deliver his second address to the spun general assembly today. his speech will cover a wide range of issues, ranging from terrorism to the economic crisis. >>> also today, republican
james crawford. >> reporter: relatives and workers involved in the 9/#1d 1 memorial and museum read each name. a fireman's bell marked the moments when planes slammed into the tourist and when each one collapsed. one of the victims was 35-year- old john christopher henwood father of go. >> when did you know he was gone? >> i guess whenly father dave ran down the hallway in his apartment building. >> reporter: after years of lawsuits and delay, new buildings are finally rising at ground zero; but for some families of 9/#1d #1d victims, progress is bittersweet. >> because11 victims, progress is bittersweet. >> because it's sacred. >> at the pentagon, president obama laid a wreath to pay tribute to the #18d 4 people killed there. he later called on the nation to honor the memory of all 9/11 victims by refusing to let terrorists destroy american ideals. >> we will not let the acts of some small band of murderers who slaughter innocent and cower in caves distort who we are. >> reporter: in shakesville pennsylvania, first lady obama joined first lady bush to remember the passengers of flight 9
clinched playoff spots, carl crawford of tampa bay hit a home run and the rays shut out baltimore 5-0. tampa bay is in first place in the american league east. and can do no worse than win the wild card. >>> the yankees' cc sabathia got his 21 the win, clinching the playoff spot for new york and leads them half a game behind tampa bay in the standings. when we return, another look at this morning's top stories and facebook's founding father. a new movie about the man who started a social revolution. [ quinn ] my name is quinn, and this is my eggo. on fridays i have hockey before school, so i take two eggo homestyle waffles and put peanut butter inside. [ whispering ] i add a couple chocolate chips when dad's starting the car. [ male announcer ] there's only one way to eat an eggo...your way. [ quinn ] l'eggo my eggo. [ louise ] my name is louise and this is my eggo. on tuesday i go in even earlier than usual. thank goodness for eggo, a nutri-grain waffle with a quick smoodge of cream cheese... at least that part's easy. [ male announcer ] there's only one way to eat an eggo...your w
rodriguez. sabathia would be pulled. 5 1/3. carl crawford, base hit to right. the rays score seven in the frame. they lead it 8-3. david price, the bottom of the sixth, gets mark teixeira to out to b.j. upton. the rays win it, 10-3. >>> this has been your espn news update. back to you in new york. >>> well, just days after making a giant king cake, new orleans is now staking claim to another mouth-watering record. this time, they whipped up what's believed to be the world's biggest pot of mac and cheese. >> fully cooked. >> it tipped the scales at 2,100 pounds. just shy of what you would gain if you ate the thing itself. the record attempt was a fund-raiser for habitat for humanity. a taste of history was sold for 5 bucks a bowl. >>> up next, this morning, the stories we'll be following today. including severe flooding in the upper midwest. >>> and another court appearance for lindsay lohan. the question is, will she be heading back to jail? [ female announcer ] you use the healing power of touch every day. ♪ now the healing power of touch just got more powerful. introducing prec
by the virginia tech shooting and others who are affected by similar losses. >> crawford state university is raising its admissions standards. starting next year, -- starting with next year's freshman, students must have a combined math and reading scores. the tougher standards are an attempt to improve the schools academic reputation. and the virginia football team is scrambling to come up with a new game plan. take a look at this giant sinkhole, 30 feet wide and 15 feet deep that has opened up in the middle of the practice field. the coach noticed that the field had a scrushy feeling hours before it opened up. no one was hurt. >> squishy feeling, you bet. i'm guessing the rain has got things complicated out there, right? >> actually, it is moving along pretty well. it looks like there's a lot of low volume out there. maybe because it was so crazy this morning that many people did not make it to work. there are significant delays usually. that is not the case today. the beltway at colesville, extremely low volume making things very easy. in the places that it is raining and you will see
up a half game coming in to the series. 0-0. no runs in the ninth. crawford is called out on strikes. home plate umpire tom hallion runs them after they exchange them. joe madden can't get out to save his guy. still scoreless, bottom of the 11th. oh, boy. walkoff home run off of sergio mitre for the rays. they win 1-0. they are in first place with the half-game win over the yankees. the yankees got a good start from c.c. sabathia. didn't give up a run, pitched eight innings. the yankees have lost seven of their last eight. they're now the second place team behind the braves. >>> back to the new york jets for a moment. the jets' owner woody johnson made a phone call to personally apologize to the female reporter for mexico's tv azteca who was harassed by jets' players and coaches as she was reporting at their workout facility the other day. according to a complaint filed by the association for women in sports media, she was harassed on the field and in the locker room on saturday's practice after some questioned if she was dressed appropriately, she took to twitter to defend herself.
back in the seventh craw crawford's solo home run puts them up 4-2. very next batter, it's longoria, again, a shot of his own. rays blow out the yanks, 7-2. sparse crowd by the end of this one. they're now a game and a half behind the yankees. in the national league west three teams battling for the division title. san francisco with a half game lead heading into yesterday's games taking on the cubs at wrigley, bottom of the third, the cubs, a homer to right. chicago up 1-0. top of the ninth, cubs closer comes on and gets jose guillen swinging. they can leapfrog the giants if they can win. tejada against the dodgers in l.a. a two-run home run off ted lilly, his 300th career home run help the padres beat the dodgers 3-1 so leapfrog the giants. rockies takes on the last place d'backs, two-run home run to right for them off jiminez, arizona was down 4-3 and do come back, two-run single. d'backs win 8-4. rockies who had been red hot lose their third straight sitting in third place. so here's how the n.l. west stacks up. giants lost, padres win, san diego a half game lead and rockies fal
and it also removed of crawford's body? >> yes >> now also sparked was the sergeant for across because he said there is another connection to another couple quarters, and let's listen for >> now we cannot confirm the connection with the suspect, because it's still early in the investigation. like i mentioned before this is very complex in nature. we're still very torn about hoping some point soon we can let every one knew exactly what is going know what happened. well worth looking at multiple deceased people, including the suspect. were still turn to put all those pieces together. >> pure the pictures of the two women if the of the missing for over week 6 year-old carol smart and six year-old reality, they've been missing since last week the bodies were found at home in vallejo. we're live in volcano >> lord is currently still in sight of this home, i can't tell you more to this is a very complex story. it seems like we did a voluntary couple minutes out here. we are told this is indeed read allen's home. but the bodies were found inside. lassiter off of a clock is when they were discovered.
for every trya and cindy crawford, there are -- >> why is tyra banks not saying, stop abusing these women -- >> i think that's a great question. union, as norma rae said. >> the other thing. parents. these are not adult people making decisions. these are preteen individuals who i presume are not able to do
the stimulus and susan crawford told the wall street journal that's just a down payment. >> still to come. how richard nixon went about silenting his opponents and the scary similarities to what's happening today. ñ÷ >> let's take a look at what we've learned so far this hour. we've learned that it is this administration's agenda and the progressive agenda to silence the opposition and control the message. we saw it happen, with the shutout of fox news. >> it's really not news, it's pushing a point of view. >> the way the president looks at it, it's not a news organization. >> we learned that the president sees information as a quote, distraction and puts quote, pressure on the democracy. >> information becomes a distracti distraction, a diversion of a form of entertainment rather than a tool. >> learned about attempts to control the messages in other white house administrations. >> by and large the journalists out there complied with the official cpi guidelines in order to stay inside the information loop. journalists had a decision to make, do we do what the public information is telling
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